Exhausted; beat: I feel awful dragged out today (1831+)
Pivot forward and you can see the hypocrisies that will be dragged out in the coming days.
Nasheed was seen to be dragged out by policemen from a shop where he was hiding.
Camille describes a morning when she and Sebastian were dragged out of bed to film a scene at an art gallery downtown.
If they hadn't been on the ground, the whole affair could have dragged out and gotten much messier.
When a girl refuses to remove her hat during a school assembly, she is handcuffed and dragged out by the police.
How many have dragged out a miserable existence by ill choice of a calling!
Both are dragged out of their course by the furious impulses of desire.
With characteristic promptitude, Bobby dragged out his hobby, mounted it and was off at a gallop.
They crossed the channel, and dragged out the great life-boat from its house.
Then Jimmie was propelled headlong into the room, where he landed squarely on top of the drowsy boy he had dragged out of bed.